The first year that we celebrated Christmas as a family of three we had an artificial Christmas tree. That Christmas we also had two cats and they decided that the tree made a wonderful bed. By the end of the holiday season, the tree was in pretty bad condition and we decided to toss it. The next year, we decided to buy a real tree. Neither Darren nor I had ever had one growing up and we thought it sounded wonderful. We became smitten with the delightful aroma of a real Christmas tree and purchased one each year after that.
This year, after nine years of having a real Christmas tree, an artificial tree once again graces our living room. Due to a few crazy circumstances, a real tree just wasn’t in the cards for us this year. At first I was definitely a little sad, as this is a tradition I have grown to love. However, what I have learned this year is that it really doesn’t matter what type of tree we have. What the tree signifies means so much more- the festive spirit, the love, and the joy of the season.
Today I have a set of Christmas Tree Word Art to help you tell the story of your family’s tree. This set contains 17 word art files, each saved with a transparent background.
If you happen to use this word art, I would love to see what you create. It is so much fun for me to see the things I make being used by others.
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